It is very hard to tell from a brief text question like this what exactly might be going on. Therefore, I do recommend that you consult with your primary care doctor
, who can take a look at these bumps and help you figure out what they might be.
Often, small painless bumps like the ones you are describing might be a normal skin variant. For example, sometimes some of the oil glands under the skin of the genitals might be very prominent and sort of "poke through" the skin. This is completely normal and doesn't require any treatment at all.
are definitely another possibility. These tend to be larger and more irregular and bumpy in appearance. Your doctor will be able to tell quickly if you have genital warts with an examination.
There are a few sexually transmitted infections that can also cause bumps, blisters, or ulcers on the genitals. Herpes is by far the most common, although most of the time the lesions caused by herpes are quite painful.
When you see your doctor, they will also be able to evaluate the vaginal discharge you have. It might be from a vaginal infection
, or it might just be normal vaginal discharge.